Profiles in "Indian Law" Expertise Area

  • Bates is an Associate Dean and Professor in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts. She is a historian of the 19th and 20th centuries U.S. Indigenous South.
  • Martínez (O'odham/Mexican) works in the fields of Indigenous intellectual history; O'odham culture, history, and politics; Transborder Indigenous nations; and, Indigenous art history and aesthetics.
  • Riding In is the editor of Wicazo Sa Review. His research, teaching, and service focus on sovereignty, repatriation, religious freedom, cultural resources laws, racism, colonization/decolonization, and Pawnee history.
  • Patty Ferguson-Bohnee has substantial experience in Indian law, election law and policy matters, voting rights, and status clarification of tribes. She is the director of the Indian Legal Clinic at ASU.
  • Professor Kevin Gover serves as director of the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of the American Indian. He joined the ASU law faculty in 2003.
  • ​Robert J. Miller’s areas of expertise are Federal Indian Law, American Indians and International Law, American Indian Economic Development, Constitutional Law, and Civil Procedure.
  • Stacy Leeds is the Willard H. Pedrick Dean and Regents Professor of Law. She is an Indigenous law and policy scholar and an experienced leader in law, higher education, economic development and conflict resolution.